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    But the other is cheaper and I could use it for my PSP as well as the WII.

    To go wireless wil cost be about 50 and I only need it for the WII and possibly the PSP.

    Plus this is one less thin to have plugged in.

    So do you thin this one would work with the WII?

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    DRUM ROLL PLEASE

    I have finally bought something lol

    http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.d...3165%26fvi%3D1


    I know, I know, It's not wireless but My head started to hurt thinking about wireless. I will either just unplug the PC and Plug the WII in when I need it or look if there is a double socket thingie on the market that will plug into my modem and allow me to have both plugged into same hole at the same time (not sure if this exists or would work lol).

    Watch this space for more questions once it arrives lol..

    Thanks again to everyone for your help and speak to you all soon
    Last edited by helpmeplea; 07-29-2007 at 12:11 AM.

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    Yep this works fine, but you will have to unhook your PC every time. Not only that, you will also have to unplug your modem every time you switch the PC or Wii (modems save settings for whichever one you currently have plugged in)...don't forget this on your initial setup, because it will probably lead to more confusion and questions. It can be a hassle, but does work. Also, this whole modem thing most likely rules out any adapter to connect the two simultaneously.
    Last edited by WiiBad; 07-29-2007 at 12:31 AM.

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